Fuel Pillow Tanks
Flexible Diesel Fuel Storage Pillow Tanks
The Flexible Fuel Tank is a reliable storage unit that has frequently been used in both large and small fuel storage applications. Designed for fuel, these tanks are built from reliable, fuel-capability materials that can handle the nature of fuel storage. This has made them a favorite for construction sites, rural areas, and emergency relief efforts.
|Medium Grade Fabric
||Commercial Grade Fabric
||Industrial Grade Fabric
Standard Uses for the Fuel Pillow Tanks
- Construction Site Fuel Needs
- Rural Energy Supply
- Mining Operations
- Relief after Natural Disasters
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The contact times for these fuel pillow tanks vary depending on which fabric you are using. Rated contact times for the fabrics shown here include:
- Up to a 1 year: Medium Grade Fabric
- 3 to 5 years: Commercial Grade Fabric
- Up to 7 years: Industrial Grade Fabric
It should be noted that the contact time for a tank is rated as the moment where the fabric on the tank MAY start to change. This has no bearing on the lifespan of your tank. All fabrics used on the fuel pillow tank are equipped to handle the nature of fuel. Some standard materials you might see in these tanks include Polyurethane and Urethane.
Where to Store the Tank
The outer materials used for these fuel pillow tanks are typically made from a polyester or nylon material. They are made for stationary use no matter the climate. This type of fabrication is well equipped to handle outdoor or indoor temperatures and elements.
For more demanding climates (such as extreme temperatures, changing temperatures, or constant sunlight exposure) the industrial material options can be a reliable choice. These pillow tanks are made from a thicker fabric material and offer more durability and strength for these climates.
If you will be using these fuel pillow tanks in an outdoor location, please make sure that the ground is level and properly cleared of glass or other sharper objects. For added support you can also check out the Berms and Liners.